Jan 20, 2016

Researchers race to save Minnesota's dwindling moose population

Josh Schuder
Northland News Center
Photo: The Star Tribune
Photo: The Star Tribune

Moose are built for the cold and recent warming winter temperatures have caused the animal's metabolism to skyrocket leading to increased heart rate and heavier breathing. That means they need more food than they can find to sustain life, opening the door to all types of other potential causes of death